I think that, as all of us have pointed out, there are some individuals who do a great job of serving on juries and who have no difficulties afterwards, and there are some individuals who are triggered by something that happens during the process, but we can't know in advance what those triggers may be. So, I think most of us have made recommendations about criminal trials, civil trials, and fatality inquiries. It covers a broad spectrum. Even in a civil trial there may be such emotionality in the courtroom that there's a connection for that juror back to the case. So to say that only in homicide trials would we provide this or only in child sexual abuse cases, I think that's simply too restrictive.
On December 6th, 2017. See this statement in context.